Stainless Steel 316L Aircraft Tubing is an austenitic alloy and stabilized with titanium, making it resistant to intergranular attack by chromium carbide precipitation. Such stainless steel is present in many areas of an aircraft. Its corrosion resistance and ability to withstand high temperatures make it the metal of choice in many different applications. Despite the possibility of corrosion, this steel is harder than aluminium. Most spinnable aluminium tempers and alloys dent, dent, or scratch more easily than steel. Stainless Steel 201 Aircraft Tubing is strong and less prone to warping, warping, or bending underweight, force, or heat. Meanwhile, titanium and its alloys are widely used in aircraft construction due to their properties of high strength, high temperature resistance and high corrosion resistance compared to steel and aluminium. Despite its high price, titanium is used as the material in aircraft construction due to its excellent properties.
We as Siddhgiri Tubes is a renowned distributor of SS Aircraft Tubing, which are widely used in the aerospace industry. They can be used on almost any part of an airplane. General applications for this steel include springs, control cables, castings, machined and structural parts. It is often used as a means to pass fuel in aircraft, along with oil, refrigerant, oxygen, instruments and hydraulic lines. This Stainless Steel 202 Aircraft Tubing is typically made of corrosion-resistant steel and is commonly used in high-pressure aircraft hydraulic systems rated at 3000 psi or greater. Alloys for aerospace applications have to withstand extreme temperatures and meet high mechanical requirements.